Homophobic Pastor "Hands In My Pants" Storms Calls Himself A Hypocrite

So Pastor Grant Storms says he's not a pedophile, but that he had previously viewed pornography an hour before and just opened his pants while he was parked in his van beside a park full of children and stuck his hand in his underwear, but he's not into kids. Naw. he probably got an urge and couldn't wait to get home. He should have called himself a pervert instead.


The Rev. Grant Storms called himself a "hypocrite" because of his Friday arrest on accusations of masturbating in a public park. Jefferson Parish Sheriff's deputies charged him with obscenity after two women claimed they saw him touching himself while watching children on the playground at Lafreniere Park.Storms said in a news conference Tuesday that he was not watching the children, but he did have his hand in his pants.

"That Friday I was reclined in the chair in the van, and I had opened my pants and I had my hand in my underwear," Storms said. "I'm not a pedophile. I'm not a child molester, and I don't go exposing myself to children."He apologized to those he has hurt, and he said he was sorry for targeting Decadence, an annual gay festival in the French Quarter."I understand the hypocrisy. I understand it clearly, and it deeply hurts me. And when I look back, there are a lot of things I would have done differently," he said.Storms said he is seeking help for a problem with pornography, which he called a recent issue. Storms said he had viewed pornography Friday about an hour before his arrest in the park.

It's a pretty common practice any Evangelist will tell you to view porn only a couple of times which will then turn you into an uncontrollable whacking freak that needs the open air to do the deed. His apology makes no sense when he gets into the specifics of what he did. I would suggest that the urge was so great he cared not who would see him. If we're to believe his explanation then can you imagine if he had spent more time in front of the porn what he would have done next?


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